When people talk about the Nissan Skyline GTR, MotoRex is usually mentioned in the same breath. MotoRex,Inc. is a privately held
corporation. Doing business since 1998. With an extensive background in vehicle import/export and tuning.
Motorex founders have been in the vehicle export business since 1994.
1989- Nissan debuted the Skyline GT-R to compete in the JTC (Japan Touring Car) Group A racing series. The Skyline
GT-R was undefeated in its first season. 4
years running the Skyline GT-R won the championship in the JTC Group A series, a record of 29 wins out of 29 races.
In 1991- The Nissan Skyline GTR participated in the Nurburgring 24 hour endurance race Group N class
for the first time!! The Skyline GT-R won in the first participation of the event at the Spa Francorchamps
24 hour endurance race. This same year, the Skyline GTR won overall in point ranking in the
Group A, and Group N1. An amazing feat of its time.
In 1994- The Nissan Skyline GTR was feared in the racing circuit that, because of its dominance,
the Skyline GTR was given its own dedicated racing series. The Nissan Skyline GTR racing series was born as
the Japan Grand Touring Car (Japan GT Car) series.
Between the years of 1991 and 1997, The Nissan Skyline GTR was undefeated in the N1 endurance racing in Japan.
Over a span of seven years, the Skyline GTR was the winning machine in all 50 SERIES!! Another amazing feat!!
Nissan never produced the Skyline GT-R for the US market. The Nissan Skyline GTR was not built to comply with the US Federal Motor Vehicle Safety
Standards (FMVSS) from the Nissan factory.
Between the years starting from 1989 thru 2002, there were three models of the Nissan Skyline GT-R produced.
The three models are :Skyline GTR R32, Skyline GTR R33 and the Skyline GTR R34. All three models of the Skyline GT-R features the
RB26DETT (2.6 liters twin turbo) engine. The engine displacement is 2.6 liters and featurers a 24 valve dual overhead cam head.
The 2.6 liters are pumped up with a twin turbo charged system.
The twin turbo charged system is fed through the front mount intercooler system.
The power plant for the Skyline GTR is rated at producing 276 hp @ 6800rpm capable of handling over 600 hp with a stock engine block.
The Nissan Skyline GTR is known for the ultimate four-wheel drive system however under normal driving conditions, the Skyline GTR remains rear wheel drive.
Under aggresive driving conditions, the Skyline GTR R32 traction is assisted by the Advanced Total Traction Engineering System for All -
Electronic Torque Split. Otherwise known as the ATTESA E-TS all wheel drive system, the ATTESA E-TS system is an electronically controlled
all wheel drive system that transfers torque of up to 50% to the front wheels achieving AWD status.
The Skyline GTR R33 and the Skyline GTR R34 are equipped with the ATTESA E-TS Pro.
The ATTESA E-TS Pro system includes a more aggressively controlled torque splitting computer and an electronically controlled limited slip differential
in the rear. The handling of the Skyline GTR is assisted by the High Capacity Actively Controlled Suspension system
otherwise known as HICAS and Nissan's Super HICAS rear wheel steering system. The HICAS is a hydraulic controlled driving aid
built to assist drivers while the later Super HICAS is an electric actuator integrating technology for the rear steering rack.
MotoRex has completed all of the mandatory requirements for the elegibility of importation of the Nissan Skyline GT-R.
Motorex is proud to announce the street legal Nissan Skyline GT-R for the United States; however MotoRex is no longer importing Skyline GT-R's.